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  • The History of Concrete
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    The History of Concrete

    When you go out to your garage, you see concrete. When you go to you driveway, you see concrete. When you go to the grocery store, you see concrete. Right now, in this day and age, you see concrete but you really don’t notice it anymore. Do you even know how old concrete is? Lets dig deep into concrete and see where it all began. When was concrete invente...

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  • Why do we need French Drains?
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    Why do we need French Drains?

    Which way does water flow? Downhill. This is the exact way a French Drain works. It is a slightly sloped trench filled with round gravel and a pipe that diverts water away from your home. How does a French Drain work? The basic job for a French Drain is to make an easy channel for the water to move through. Water will run into a gravel filled trench and th...

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  • Surface Drains
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    Surface Drains

    The Surface Drainage System is a complete solution for the collection and dispersal of surface water. Typical applications include around patios, swimming pools, sports courts, and gardens, across driveways, along pathways and retaining walls. In fact! Any area where surface water collects. Maximum Flexibility The systems design allows maximum flexibility ...

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  • What Is Concrete Lifting Foam?
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    What Is Concrete Lifting Foam?

    There are special characteristics you need to look for when deciding you need to look for what foam to use for lifting and leveling concrete. Expansion is important, but what about set-up and cure times or adhesion? Do not fret, we are going to explain the in and outs of concrete lifting foam. The Foam Reaction Time Foam that reacts slowly is great for fil...

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  • Inspecting Your Home’s Foundation
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    Inspecting Your Home’s Foundation

    A thorough evaluation of a foundation is highly recommended to help deal with: Any cracks in the floors or walls of the foundation, which could lead to displacement, such as shifting, sinking or heaving. Any cracks in the floors or walls that get bigger A tilting or bowing wall, especially inwards Any cracked bricks on the exterior of the building Crack...

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